2 answers

2 Answers

  • 0

    Usually curry based, but the resorts cater for all western and eastern preferences. Resort chefs can often be either European or Indian. The food on resort islands has a huge choice mostly buffet based, or they will cook to order if your fussy. over 4 years ago

    Answered by via Site_iconAsk a Nomad iPad app
  • 0

    We spent a month in The Maldives on 3 different islands, Maafushi, Ukulhus, Huraa and found the food to be a bit different depending on which island we were on. Some islands like Ukulhus which are remote have very limited options for food although we did find a great Thai food place there, places that are more established and touristy like Maafushi had a wide variety of different food options available and Huraa once again had few if any restaurants or food options to try other than what we received as part of their buffet at the Air BnB where we stayed. In Huraa we were able to catch a lot of fish on a couple night fishing trips in which the Air BnB where we stayed then grilled them up for us. Once again, though regardless where you go the food is going to vary greatly from one island to the next and many of the islands will be limited to the buffet options at the place where you stay. www.Twif.me over 2 years ago

    Answered by via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

Answer this question

Map of Maldives